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In 1 879 the School of Elocution and Expres- 
sion was established on Beacon Hill, Boston, 
Ma. (Photo courtesy of Boston Historical 
Society) 



the tup of grand old cltn irtc« and the lower ooei take in an c-Tpanic 
of ihc bruaJ grassy parkway. U i* fast six minutes' walk- from Copley 
Square, hence Curr>' has tbe advantages of proximity to the Bosino 
PuWic Library and Back Bay Siaiioo. and is easily accessible by 
^ul-way and surface cats from all parts of the city. 

RESIDENCE 

SciidcDts coming from out of town will be assigned to living 
quarters within the supervision of the Dean. 

A dormitory is maintaiocd for girls. Undergraduates, accept 
local students living with parents, arc required to live in the School 
Residence. These students enjoy the thoughtful supervision and 
kindly interest of the House Mother. 

Students furnish their own blankets, bed linen, towels, and any 
comforts they may desire beyond the necessities customarily supplied 
in school dormitories. They make their own laundry arrangements. 

Students will please bring no electric equipment other than a 
radio or lamp. An electric iron is mainuincd for the dormitory 
residents. 

Men students live in approved homes nearby. 

ADMISSION 

The Cntry School of Expression is co-educational. Requirements 
for undergraduates include: 

1. A tramscript of credits from an accredited secondary school. 

2. A Principal's certificate of ability and recommendation for 

3. Letters of character recommendations from two other persons of 
recognized standing. 

4. Wherever possible a personal mterview is advised. In all cases a 
photograph of the candidate must be placed on file at the school, 

5. Any student deficient in English Composition, regardless of 
credits offered, will be reqaired to take additional courses. 

6. Students may be admitted at mJd-ycaf either by transfer from 
other accredited colleges or as first ye*r students. 

7. Applicants for graduate study will present a transcript of credits 
covering the four years" undcrgradoatc work along with a 
baccalaoicate or master's degree from on accredited college. 

8. Professional and Special students not working fiw a degree are 
admitted without entrance reqairements other than proof of 
ability to pursue their selected cooncs with profit. 



The 2nd location was Freedman Place, Beacon Street, 
Boston,Ma. This was only several hundred feet from the 
original site.(1885) 





In 1895 the School of Expression moved to 458 Boyston Street corner of Berkley (the old 
YMCA bldg.). 



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EXPENSES 

Kjpjjt group of degree credit conrjcs for each college 

yar .....$ 300,00 

PriviK Instruction, per lesson 1.5O-5.0O 

Work chosen by subjects, one hour each week for the 

semester 10.50 

Erening session, per hour, each course, term of ten weeks 9 00 

Children's Division, per semester 12.50 

£xira examinations, each 3.00 

Laboratory fee 10.00 

Kegismtion fee 500 

tleatre Term, eight weeks, tuition 100.00 

Summer terms, per semester hoar 10.50 

Degree fee 500 

Fee for transcript of acdjci 100 

Fee for late registration SO* 

Room in Residence, for College year, ptyable per semester 

in advance 160,0(>-18O.0O 

Board can be obtained for $10.00 to tU.00 per week. ToitioQ i« 
payable, two-thirds at registration; the rem<uninK third on Jaouaiy 3. 
E?eoiDg and Summer Term tuition payable to «dv«nce. 

Registration is not complete until all fcet «« paiil. Studeoo 
irhi« iuMm muinx mfli tm ift »jllr it is ituM h *^w«rf »/ '*• 
t"«l<i» ./ til ichtti omil JiaMcifl ttftlnmiti m emfUtti. 

Course defeirncies m»« be made up before gradaatioo, snbleo to 
«tra charge. 

J Tuition is not subject to return ot deductioa. 



Dr. Samuel S. Curry, our founder, was for over forty years a pioneer 
and leader in speech education. Today, a half of a century after his 
death, several of Dr. Curry's ten books on speech are still used in a 
number of colleges. 



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__., The 4th location of the school was the S.S. Pierce Bldg., 

M^ i J located on 12 Huntington Ave.,(Copley Square), Boston, 
Ma. 




Anna Baright Curry 
Founder 
1854-1921 





Samuel Silas Curry 
Founder 
1947-1921 



The above are different pamphlets used in the college's history. 



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' ;,v/, ui.srs roR diplomas asd dix.hia: 

.:■(' Major 
vin PS. 101-102 Fundamentals of speech 



RS. 123 

RS. 223- 

I'h. in 

Th. 113 
Th. 221 
Th. 291 



124 Essentials of Extemporaneous Speaking \ 

224 Voice and Diction .. 

112 Dramatics 

114 Introduction to the Theatre 

222 Theatrical Make-up: Stage Costuming : 

292 Laboratory Theatre ,s 

Advanced Theatre Arts Courses 12 

Other courses in Speech and Radio 20 

English IH 



Modern Foreign Language. 

Psychology 

History, Government, Sociology 

Physical Education 

Elective hours from the following: English, 
Psychology, Language, Education, History. 
Philosophy, Music, and other Hberal arts 
subjects currently offered 



In 1932 the school moved to 251 Commonweath Ave., Boston, Ma. This was the last site 
before moving to Milton. 





(above) The 5th and present site of Curry College, 848 Brush Hill 
Road, Milton, Mass. 

(Right, below and top half of next page) Freshmen are seen on tour 
of Boston as part of Freshmen Orientation. 








Dr. Haskel B. Curry son of Curry's founders is shown giving his address at Founders Day 



The remarkable Louise Davis Davidson, founder of Davidson School and 
Curry's oldest living alumna escorted by Chancellor Hafer at Founders 
Day. 




(Lt.)-After receiving her Honorary 
Degree of Doctor of Education, 
Louise Davis Davison of Atlanta, 
Ga., 88-year-old aluma, gives a 
very meaningful and enjoyable 
speech. 

(Rt.)-Dr. Haskell B. Curry, son of 
the Founders of Curry College, 
reminisces about his parents and 
the growth of Curry College. 




(Above)-Anchorwoman of major news station, Natalie Jacobson, receives Honoi 
ary Degree from Curry College. 




(Lt.)-Curtis L. Blake, Co-Founder and Vice- 
Chairman of the Board of Friendly Ice Cream 
Corp., receives Honorary Degree of Business 
Administration at Founder's Day Ceremonies. 

(Rt.)-William M. EUinghaus, new President 
of the American Telephone and Telegraph 
receives Honorary Doctor of Business Admin- 
istration Degree. 




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What are those blinking lights down there? 




MAINHOUSE 
CHRISTMAS PARTY 




Starring — the "What" monsters-what kind of monsters are we???? OH! "The 
Who Monsters" 




Why doesn't someone tell Phil to take that nice looking hat off? 



Boy, there's some nice "stuff on that floor down there!!! 









Even John Belushi was on hand to dance with a couple of friends. 



(Nannette) Do you thinlc if I'm quite no one will notice me up here? 
(Chewy-Senna) Ya know Bob there's a hell of a fire going on up stairs, 
Yah but there's some nice material smokin down here. 





Here I am again- Camera Hog- Have a beer and an unidentified object. 



I hope my car is safe 
tonight. 



Main House a legend in itself. Just the name is synonomous with the word party. The annual Christmas 
Party is an event that should not be missed. There are many memories related to it, too bad nobody 
remembers them and usually pay very highly for them the morning after. 



I thought they told me 
this was a meeting of the 
(no) minds 




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OHN S. HAFER 
TESTIMONIAL 

llth President of Curry 
1965-1978 



1879 - 1979 




IWBKRf- 1978 

HILLCREST RESTAURANT, WALTHW 




November 4, 1978 was a big night for John Stuart Hafer, 1 1th 
President of Curry College. The Homecoming Dinner Dance held 
at Hillcrest in Waltham was held in his honor and in commemora- 
tion of the College's Centennial. The gala affair was attended by 
members of the College faculty and staff, as well as members of the 
alumni and student body. 







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A FLEA IN HER EAR 
SYNOPSIS: Raymonde Chandebise is convinced that her husband Victor 
Emmanuel is having an affair with another woman. Although she has been 
seeing another man by the name of Tournel, she is spiteful and envious of her 
husband's "fooling around". Raymonde invents a scheme to catch Victor 
Emmanuel in the act with his "lady friend". She and her friend Lucienne 
compose a letter to Victor Emmanuel by "another woman" arranging him to 
meet her at the Hotel Coq D"or. Upon seeing this, Victor Emmanuel thinks 
the letter is for his friend Tournel and sends him to meet the "woman". As a 
result, the plot becomes hysterical as everyone who is anyone arrives at the 
Hotel Coq D'or causing not only chaos and uproar but a case of mixed 
identities as well. However, everything soon resolves itself happily as Victor 
Emmanuel learns of his wife's scheme but instead of getting back at her, he 
forgives as she meekly says to him, "I'm sorry . . . it's just that I had a flea in 
my ear". 

CAST 

Victor Emmanuel Chandebise/ Poche Richard Holbrook 

Raymonde Chandebise Joan Denihan 

Lucienne Homenides de Histangua Mari-Ann Cardosi 

Camille Chandebise Joseph Hallinan 

Feraillon Kevin Duff 

Olympe Susan Perlmutter 

Homenides de Histangua George MacGillvray 

Etienne Joseph Sweet 

Antoinette Lori Kellogg/ 

Carol Leopardi 

Eugenie Nancy Doherty/ 

Joyce Herling 

Schwarz Hugh MacKay 

Priest Edward Goulart 

Hotel Guests . Amy Davidson, Nancy Doherty, John Hamlet, Joyce Herling, 

Lori Kellogg, Carol Leopardi, Dana McCarristan 



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IN HER EAR 



GUEST SPEAKERS 



(Rt.)- 

Williara 

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President 

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A.T.&T. 

speaks at 

Founders 

Day. 





(Rt.)-Michael Dukakis, 
former Governor of Mas- 
sachusetts addresses a 
packed Political Science 
lecture. 




(Above)-William Friedkin addresses enthusiastic audience of students, faculty, and staff 
following receipt of Honorary degree. 



(Above)-Jean Kilburn gives enlightening and informative speech 
on Sexplotation in advertising. During her presentation- NBC 
filmed the show and it was to be aired on Weekend but do 
circumstances beyond our control the entire Weekend series was 
cancelled. 





AT CURRY COLLEGE 



(Above)-Natalie Jacobson Anchorwoman on WCVB (Channel 5) addresses 
students, alumni and faculty at a luncheon after receipt of her Honorary 
degree. 



(Lt.)-During the early part of 
the year. Dr. William T. Powers 
expresses his opinion on UFO's. 








(Above)-lnstead of someone coming to Curry 
College we went to the people. The Boston area 
received a visit to the campus. Robin Young from 
T.V. Evening Magazine of Channel 4 interviewed 
Curry's Baseball Coach Jack Vallelly and his 
team. The program was aired on May 14, 1979. 




PUB-NT. 19 




(Above)-Why am I by myself? It must be 
those "Good Beans" 



(Right)-Fill it up there's no gas shortage 
here. 





(Left)-Somebody tell him he couldn't carry a tune in a 
7" paper bag. 




(left)-For once Dick is watching ev- 
eryone looking at someone making a 
fool of themselves and not being the 
subject. 





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(Above)- Hats off to you Poison, you got 
AGAIN, 



(Above)- "Cold as Ice" better luck next time. 





(Above)- No use crying over broken strings. 



(Above)- Choir Boys- second place. 




(Left)- Joyce, thanks for coming, 
we'll smell you later 



(Right)- And the winner is Sara Wre- 





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FEATURING THE ''HOSE MONSTERS" 
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[ ^ .^^^^N^yv YUKK. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, im--- 

--'What a BiA. Degree Can't Do for You 

Curr, College. Milton, Massacb:.«B ^<S^ ,% Sp'^-s'S'S/S,?* C. 

Overcomes ^o®^^ pslS;- « ^'^ **^''^/b/. 

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^urry Baseball - VaUelyNearsSOOlh^iY^T^ 



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This Banquet recognizes and honors indi- 
viduals whose achievements during their as- 
sociation with the College are particularly 
distinguished. The Master of Ceremonies this 
year was Dr. Jim Kaufman. 




ANNUAL 
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ACADEMIC A WARDS 

Broadcasting Award Jay Trotsky 

Communications Award John Dejesu 

Nursing Studies Award Maureen Jordan 

Derban Award Helga McShan 

Psychology Award Heidi Webb 

Elementary Education Award Susan Ganci 

Secondary Education Award Heidi Webb 

Science Division Award Eric J. Arena 

Political & Historical Studies Award . Jonathan Beatty 

Moderate Special Needs Award Sandra Villa 

Fine Arts Award Stephen Espach 

Management Award - Senior William Round 

Mangement Award - Junior Richard Padula 

Wall Street Journal Award David Barrows 

English Award Richard Stowell 



BANQUET 




WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 




Eric J. Arena 
John D. DeJesu 
John M. Feeney 
Jane E. Furey 
Colleen A. Hanley 
Karen L. Hunter 
Stephen F. Majsak 
Jordan D. Rich 
William H. Round 
Cynthia A. Smith 
Robert J. Sloan 
Terry A. Sambuchi 



ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL HONOR SOCIETY 



Jonathan R. Beatty 
Kenneth A. Carberry 
John D. DeJesu 
Jane E. Furey 
Colleen A. Henley 
Jerilynn K. Housley 



Leonard E. Howes 
Karen L. Hunter 
Robert R. Pauley, Jr. 
Jordan D. Rich 
Gail S. Slotnick 
David T. Weiss 



A special thanks goes to Mr. John Johnson and his staff for making 
this a rememberable night. 



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Bitsy DeBinder struts by our camera enroute to her room. 





Judy, Scott, and Rich surveying the field day ac- 
tivities. 



Jane and her man on, and off the field. 





Mitch, John, and Don bombed 
and ready for B & R. 





Students emerging from the faculty building after putting one over on a 
teacher. 



Students waiting for hot dog man to 
make his rounds. 








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Loco concentrating on the baseball game while Jane and Vicki check out the players. 




Mayflower residents partying on a warm spring afternoon. 



The "Bird" of Curry, not to be confused with Larry Bird. 





RELAXATION TAKES ON MANY FORMS ^T CURRY 




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SENIOR PROFILE 

•79 

JEAN ALBERT *quiet, unnoticeable, no one really knew who she was 
STEVEN AMES (Steve) - always catch him with the Lombard gang, funny kid 
ERIC J. ARENA - Who's Who student but no one knew who he was, Yearbook Editor, 

needed help in the dark room to see what would develop, #28 in football. Boss, Dad, 

New Bedford #1 
ARMAND AREIF - an asset to the Senior Class, could never get a color print, good 

student 
VIRGINIA BALCHUNAS (Ginny) - never missed a party, LaMachine, Brockton Baby 
ROBERT BALLETO (Bobby) - Inspiring hockey captain with a temper Bubbles, 

Ricky R. 
DAVID BARROWS (Dave) - politically active in school 

SUSAN BECKER (Sue) - helpful member of the Senior class, one of best lookers 
SUSAN BERNARD (Sue) - very successful in the field of broadcasting, we missed you 

our Senior year at Curry 
MARK BIRCHALL (Birch) - management major, well known for punching out hockey 

referees, took things more seriously as lime went on 
KAREN BREEN - Class Salutatorian, extremely hard working girl, friendly 
JEANNE BUONOPANE - good student, quite commuter 

ROSS BURBANK - tlashy character with his sports car, one of the North Hall Boys 
DENISE BURKE - nice girl, quite 

THOMAS CAMPBELL (Tom) - heavily involved with theater 
ANTHONY CAMPO (Binky) - 8 letterman hockey & baseball (co-capt) at Curry, #9, 

hated Browny with a passion. Good beans .... screw .... later 
DIANE CATINELLA - very quite, very reserved, needed help to load a camera 
THOMAS CERRETANI (Tom Cerra) - fun loving person, member 156 House gang, 

always with Mike Cusack 

LORI CHERKES - hung out with State House girls Helmet head 

ANDREW CHESSIN (Andy) - I only want to be a Rock & Roll Singer, Rock & Roll 

Andy - a real grovy guy 
PAULETTE CHUNG - quiet girl, biology major, commuter 
JANE CONNOLLY - romance and marriage stem from Curry, great person. Coach 

Con's wife 
JEFFERY CONSTANTINEAU'(Jeff) - enjoys having a good time but no one knows him 

because always doing an experiment 

PATRICIA CURTO (Patty) - will make a great teacher sincere 

MICHAEL CUSACK (Mike) - member of 156 House gang, enjoys life, hope you make it 

to Vegas 
JOHN DEJESU - Currier Co-Editor, Arts Journal, enjoys poetry, one of those so called 

elite literary types 
CATHERINE DONOVAN (Cathy) - quite, drives a van, best known for her father Pat 
ELIZABETH DOWLING - education major, commuter, warm smile 
PAUL ELLIS (Rabbit) - mellow guy, enjoys playing guitar, does not like plane rides, two 

fisted drinker 
THOMAS FITZGERALD (Tom) - noted for little blue sports car, lived in M.H. 
BRIAN FORBES (Forbsy) - cheerful, well liked, a lady's man, B&R with the gang, 

Buzzy, Bee 
DAVID FOSTER (Dave) - education major, late night person, always seen with DeJesu 
DEBORAH FRENCH (Debbie) - education major, very athletic 
JANE E. FUREY (Janie) - quite but highly opinionated, education major 
MICHELLE GAUDETTE - lived in Milton Hall, a friendly sort, with optimistic plans 
EVA GIBAVIC - education major, commuter, unknown person around Curry 
SANDI GOLDENBERG - Green House resident, quiet, went into hiding after Christy 

left 

ROBERT GOLDMAN (Bob) - stereo repairman specialist BYE NOW 

PATRICK HARRINGTON (Pat) - co-capt. baseball team, active socially. Security Co- 
ordinator 
JONATHAN HERLIHY - commuter, management major 

JOYCE HERLING - nice all around person. Rose Hall resident, Simba's old flame 
JOHN HICKEY - commuter, management, pleasant personality 
JOHN HINES - management major, loves lobster, commuter 
LILLIAN HUMPHEYS - enjoys dancing and theater 
KAREN HUNTER - R.A., Green House, English major, Co-Editor of the Curryer 

Times, How's Indiana? Is it a foreign country? 
SALLY JONES - Lombard resident, pleasant, likes to ski 
LOUIS KAPLAN (Louie) - hung out with T. Fitzgerald, management major 
JOSEPH KEANEY (Joe) - one of Curry's best basketball players EVER commuter, 

management major, girl's B.B. coach 
WADE KEATS - Treasurer of the Senior Class, active in hockey and soccer, pleasant, out- 
going, great looking guy, no biggie .... Chi-town, Blades .... Clown .... Growler 

bucket a must .... socially active .... 15X 
JAMES KELLEY (Kel) - V,P. of the Senior Class, co-ed. of funds for the yearbook, #18 

in hockey, elected Class Orator, (travel agent . . . thanks for coming) served on commit- 
tees. Crash, known for making ravioli. Battleship, cliff, the other clown, Kool breeze. 

Miller beer, J.D. hung with others on hockey team .... Skinny 
RICHARD KUNIHOLM (Smilie) - perpetual smile, the lights were on, but nobody was 

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DAVID LANGLOIS (Dave) - management, occasionally social, commuter 
STEPHEN LEDERMAN (T.V, Stevie) - crazy, insane, zany, would be a psychologist 

dream to get inside his head, once he took that hat off 

NICHOLAS LETTIRE (Nick) - the conductor of many activities on campus I'm 

Nicky, fly me to Florida 
EVERETT LEVENSON (Heavy Evy) - Mustard on the sheets. Big Daddy Shalom, 

member of the O.S. 
BEN LUONGO - commuter, only seen during class lime 

STEPHEN MAJSAK (Steve) - big in theatrics, big in height but it ends there 
JOHN MALOUF - commuter, tried to be a cool jet setter but could not come close 
STEVEN MCGINNITY (Steve) - played football, pleasant personality, R.A. 2 years. 

Good Luck with the little one 
STEPHEN IMCLEAN (Stevie) - you either liked him or hated him, four years on hockey 

team, best known for pulling stunts on girls, Bitsy 
THOMAS MEADE (Jeff) - remember the Manson look, well known, well liked. Header, 
Marblehead, youth, Meathead, Miller, Bud in bottles, hockey, socially active, liked to 

tip a few - every now and then, good with organs, buff up simply elegant 

SUSAN MEAGHER (Sue) - strawberry blonde, friendly to all, 77, Suuey 
ALEXANDER MOISSEY (Alex) - commuter, management major, not a bad kid if you 

knew him 
DAVID MONTEIRO (Monty) - DC 10 Flight #119 to Dallas, practically owned Fal- 
mouth, B&R tonight? Monty, I'm Portuguese, Hub caps. Casino 
ANNE MURPHY - education major. State House resident 
JOSEPH NOONAN (Joey) - hung out with Buzzie, Spanky and Gerb, good friend of 

Monty, resident commuter, O.K. pal ... four years football 
SUSAN OLMEDl (Sue) - pretty commuter who left when classes were over 
VICTOR PACELLA (Vic) - Vinnie Monticello, glue stick, crib sheets, business major, 

hockey team, always tried to hang around with Hutch and the hockey team 
JUDITH PACHECO (Judy) - Charlie, JP 79, cried like Niagara Falls at graduation, 
Yearbook couldn't have been completed without her, devoted student, Amaretto, Senior 
Class Secretary, good organizer, dependable well known, well liked -"Don't have'to do it 
because I'm a Senior" .... Julie 
PETER PARIS (Chip) - resident, flashed around in gold 280-Z, very preppy, a man 

without a country, alien 
PATRICK RACE (Racey) - warm friendly person, typical American boy really enjoyed 

freshman room-mate E.B. 260 to 220 lbs., good job, not too too bad Human 

ROBERT ROAST (Roasty) - Joe Shadduck twin, management major, resident, football 
WILLIAM ROUND (Bill) - always wanted a jello bath "sir"? "New Ear award" student - 
political figure with a beard, noted for ten speed and back pack, quite a R.A.-Who was 
really telling the truth? 
PAUL RUSSO - enjoyed playing guitar, commuter cutie kid 

TERRY SAMBUCHl - Senior Class PRESIDENT, Homecoming Queen, looked better 
with curls, good student, very involved with all activities, got into dirty sheets (L.S.) 
good athlete 
JOHN SCOLLINS (Scol) - mansion, football, T.T.. gym attendent, commuter, good 

friends with Con 
CATHERINE SERAFINI (Cathy) - never straight, enjoyed the sauce, Sharky's girl, 

member of O.S., always one sided on issues 
KATHERINE SEXTON (Kathy) - Biggie's daughter, active in school activities, Heidi's 

sidekick, "Super R.A." 
JOSEPH SHADDUCK (Ducker) - football, #44, Shenanigans, Management, a good 

student, co-capt. football team, Dave B.'s good buddy 
ROBERT SLOAN (Bob) - Turtle, Quahog, Clam Chowder, Bobby, Tough guy, M.H. 

parties, R.A,?, S.G.A. President, politician, Channel 5 star, potato chips? 
DEBORAH SOUTER (Debbie) - worked in Science Div., flaming red hair 
RICHARD STOWELL (Dick) - Class Valedictorian, worked in book store, very reserved 

MICHAEL SULLIVAN (Mike) - Spanish major, studied abroad 

CRAIG THOMPSON - commuter, security guard, management major, enjoyed fine wine 

and woman 
JAY TROTSKY - active in the radio station WMLN, good friends with the chairman, 

active in the boy scouts 
SANDRA VILLA (Sandi) - education major, socialized infrequently, 
HEIDI WEBB - HIGHLY opinionated, R.A., F.F.F., Gert's dau., Hinrich's woman, 

active 

DAVID WEISS (Dave) - D.J. - quiet "Telephone Man" 

THOMAS WILLIAMS (Tom) - Have you ever been to P town? Big winner at Candle- 

Pins-for-Cash 
MARGARET CAPPELLUCCI - nursing, shy, quiet, reserved 
SUSAN FINNAGAN (Sue) - very nice person, good personality, good friend of Racey, 

resident 
SUSAN KARP (Sue) - nursing commuter, with own apartment, sincere person. Tab 

addict 
PATRICIA KEATING (Patty) - Kevin's sitter, Clarke's girl, very serious student, nursing 
JAMI KEOGAN - warm person, quiet, good listener, future R.A., helpful 
CYNTHIA KOCHAN (Cindy) - resident, nursing, warm, pleasant smile, enjoyed party- 
ing but didn't have time to do so 
KATHERINE MCINTURE (Katy) - Congratulations Mrs. Smitty, resident hung out 

with Pat and Sue 
JO-ANNE TORIGIAN - nursing, commuter, a quiet, nice girl 

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Four Years 

It's chilly outside, but the 
warmth inside overwhelms all 
thoughts of cold. There's a se- 
curity here that knows no 
bounds. One wonders why 
you'd ever want to leave. 

But like all experiences in 
life, we are forced out of the 
shell. We must expand our 
lives again and walk ahead. 
Time is all too short, and life 
goes on. 

Looking back, we may 
have regrets, but the truth is 
evident; we do what we must. 
Invariably the memories are 
good, and the past filled with 
sad smiles. 

And so we push onwards, 
and slowly, if not reluctantly, 
leave it all behind. Our years 
here have come and gone, but 
our future has yet to come. 
The roots are torn, and the 
time has arrived to go. 

Dedicated with love and af- 
fection, to a confused, but 
special person. 



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John D. De Jesu- Eng. 



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Robyn Holson- Fn. Arts 



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Karen L. Hunter- Eng. 




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Louis C. Kaplan- Mgt. 






Joseph B. Keaney- Mgt. 



Wade S. Keats- Mgt. 



James F. Kelley- Econ. 




David E. Langlois- Mgt. 



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Jeffery Constantineau- Bio. 




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Charles B. Morgan- 



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Peter Egerton Vere Paris Jr.- Soc. 



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Robert R. Roast- Mgt. 




Kongchai Rodbonapha- Mgt. 





William H. Round- Mgt. 





TerryAnn Sambuchi- Gov. 



Catherine Anne Serafini- Soc. 



Katherine E. Sexton- Psy. 




Joseph Shadduck- Mgt. 




Choosak Singsomboom- Phys. 





Robert J. Sloan- Elem. Ed. 





Cynthia A. Smith- Psy. 




Deborah Jean Souter- Psy. 





Richard S. Stowell- Eng. 





Craig Thompson- Mgt. 




Kenneth Vaccaro- 





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THE LITTLE FOXES 
SYNOPSIS: The story concerns the rise of corrup- 
tion and greed in the South, particularly among the 
Hubbard family. Regina Hubbard Giddens and her 
two brothers Ben and Oscar Hubbard are planning to 
ss with a Northern cotton manufactur- 
er by the name of William Marshall. Ben and Oscar 
have already put up their third of the deal however 
Regina has had to wait for her husband Horace to 
return home in order to ask him to put up his share. 
Horace comes home after being in a hospital recu- 
perating from a heart attack, and after hearing both 
sides of the deal, refuses to give Regina the money. 
This ensues many bitter arguments ultimately result- 
ing in Horace's death. 

CAST 

Regina Hubbard Giddens Cheryl Newton 

Horace Giddens Richard Holbrook 



Alexandra Giddens 
Birdie Hubbard 
Ben Hubbard . . . . 
Oscar Hubbard 
Leo Hubbard ... 

Addie 

William Marshall . 

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Jean Smith 

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Peter George 

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It happened so suddenly and shockingly that it stung, like a thorned branch slapping the face on a cold day. The 
President Resigns. His mimeographed explanation was frustratingly terse. For the most part the College community 
was baffled and disturbed. This was President William Boyle, the man we had taken one long careful year to select. 
The man who by virtue of- his background represented lively growth in image and revenue. He would make changes, 
ring out the old, ring in the new. Now he was ingloriously gone, ten months after moving in and one month before 
commencement. People asked, 'Why, in blazes?', and ruefully remarked, 'Billy, we hardly knew ye.' 

The blazes soon made Curry a house afire with rumor and anger. It began with the first hastily arranged meeting 
between the students, faculty, and the group of three Trustee members who were the new self appointed triumvirate. 
The three dodged most questions about the resignation, struck the wrong nerves and grated the audience. The 
audience came away with the feeling that in their alleged efforts to improve the College, the Triumvirate had thrown 
out the baby and kept the bathwater. 

Insiders came to the fore with stories about a fiscally irresponsible and entrenched "old guard" at Curry who felt 
threatened by Boyle's restructuring. Rumors begat rumors, most notably that he was forced by the Board to resign, 
and that the College had operated for too long under 'Pork Barrel' conditions. 

At the heart of all the rumors was one undeniable and loathsome creature — Politics. The insiders said Curry was 
an historical hotbed of administrative in-fighting and politics. The long unfamiliar 'outsiders' — students and faculty 
— made it their job to become familiar, with meteoric speed and energy. Committees were formed, "Town-like" 
meetings held, resolutions passed, and a coalition of Faculty and students spearheaded a drive to reinstate Boyle and 
clear up the rumors which were, with persistent ugliness, being proven as fact. 

Adversity bred virtue. A student body long accused of apathy and inertia rose with eloquent determination. The bi- 
weekly student newspaper tried frantically to keep up with the dramatic day to day developments. Student 
Government leaders Robert Sloane, Rick Padula and Bill Round, and scores of others, were figures of order and 
sensibility. There was no wasted energy or useless agitation. Dean Richard Kelley, one of the original triumvirate 
members, became a source of inspiration to the students. Their, our, efforts should be considered a triumph. The 
Board in a special meeting voted to reject Pres. Boyle's resignation. Communication between , Board, Faculty, 
Students and Administration has greatly improved, with the promise of improving even further. Whether the call to 
reinstate our President was a symbolic rallying cry for much needed change or a spirited defense of a man given a raw 
deal or a necessary upheaval does not matter. The things which have long encumbered the College have begun to fall 
apart, and a new, strengthened center will hold. 



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with his 8 point plan. 



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plan. 





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Curry 


12 


Nichols 


16 


Curry 


39 


West Conn 


20 


Curry 


28 


Boston State 


22 


Curry 


27 


Mass. Maritime 


21 


Curry 


17 


Framingham State 


39 


Curry 


10 


New Haven 


7 


Curry 


24 


Bridgewater State 


7 


Curry 


18 


Plymouth State 


20 


Curry 


13 


Maine Maritime 
5-3-1 


13 






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HOCKEY 




The Curry College hockey team ended up the 1978-79 season with 
it's best record as a varsity squad: 13-6-1. In achieving this record 
the Colonels realized what the actual goal of college sports are all 
about, which is teamwork and Selfpride. All of this combined with a 
past nucleus that was just shy of a winning season, and new found 
depth enabled the teani: to wear: out virtually every team it faced.. 

The offense was led by iiigh' scoring Bob Huchinson who set a 
school record of 65 points in 19 games, other high scorers were 
Seniors Jeff Meade, Vin Pacellie and Freshmen Mark MoUica. 

Defense was led Goalie Steve McLean and Blueliners Bob Balleto 
and Tom Kewriga, with strong help from Chas Morgan and hard 
hitting Matt McDonnell. 

The first line consisted of Hutchinson, Pacella and Mollica who 
provided most of the fire power. 

The second line of Meade, W. Keats, Tobin and Birchall added to 
the attack and also consentrated on defense. 

The third line was probably the most important inspiration to the 
team, with great defensive attitude and their ability to forecheck. 
This line did not get a lot of headlines but without them a lot of the 
backbone of the team would have been lost. This unit was lead by 
Senior Tony Campo, and linemates Kevin O'Connor and Matt 
Keats. 

Added help from the bench consisted of Jim Kelley, Jack White, 
and Bob Connolly. 

In closing a special thanks to the Seniors who came to Curry to 
build a program and after four years of discouraging moments and 
great times the hard work has all paid off. Good luck to the team 
next year. 







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Curry 










Opp. 


5, 


Worcester 






4 




3 


Nichols 






3(OT) 


3 (OT) 


6 


New Hampshire 


College 


3 




2 


Southeastern Mass. 


U. 


12 




3 


Assumption 






4 




10 


Hawthorne 






5 




3 


Gordon 






5 




5 


Worcester 






3 




8 


St. Francis 






4 




4 


Hawthorne 






3(OT) 


3(OT) 


9 


Assumption 






4 




9 


Roger Williams 






6 




13 


Suffolk 






2 




4 


Nichols 






1 




5 


M.LT. 






1 




4 


New Hampshire 


College 


7 




3 


St. Francis 






4 




4 


Southeastern Mass. 


U. 


5 




4 


St. Michael's 






3(OT) 


3 (OT) 


9 


Roger Williams. 














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Bobby Hutchinson 
Vic Pacella 
Jeff Meade 
Mark MoUica 
Tom Kewriga 
Bob Balletto 
Mark Birchall 
Wade Keats 
Tony Campo 
Kevin O'Connor 
Chas Morgan 
Dick Tobin 
Matty Keats 
Matty McDonnell 
Steve McLean 
Rob Connolly 
Jim Kelley 
Jack White 
Joe Horrigan 
Paul Shea 
Mike Mahoney 

GOALIES 

Steve McLean 58 Periods 

Harry Bernard 1 period 

Dave Fishgrund 1 period 










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323 .... 


420 saves 


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4 saves 


15.0 goals 


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BASKETBALL 



The Curry baSketljall team finK the':1978 1979 season 
with 11 wins and 1-4 losses. This record does not rgf -"*«■»" 
type of season the Colonels had. The first half of th| 
was a disappointing 3 wins and 10 losses. However di| 
second half the team grew as a unit and finished the hd 
wins and only 4 losses. The Colonels are looking forw| 
winning season .next year as:=aJf:of this year's ^squadWiflf 

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1978-1979 




Basketball Scores 






Curry 


64 


Harrington 


69 


Curry 


73 


Nichols 


81 


Curry 


58 


S.M.U. 


62 


Curry 


65 


E. Nazarene 


99 


Curry 


49 


Barrington 


45 


Curry 


73 


Suffork 


84 


Curry 


73 


Worcester St. 


60 


Curry 


84 


Gordon 


60 


Curry 


75 


Salem State 


83 


Curry 


82 


E. Conn. State 


91 


Curry 


42 


Coast Guard 


72 


Curry 


53 


Roger Williams 


59 


CUrry 


47 


Tufts 


64 


Curry 


73 


Mass. Maritime 


63 


Curry 


85 


Nichols 


82 


Curry 


49 


M.LT. 


47 OT 


Curry 


77 


Framingham State 


83 


Curry 




U. Mass Boston 




Curry 


79 


Thomas College 


73 


Curry 


85 


Fitchburg State 


79 


Curry 


95 


New England College 


63 


Curry 


95 


Mass. Maritime 


93 


Curry 


69 


Bridgewater State 


65 


Curry 




U. Mass. Boston 




Curry 


80 


S.MU. 


99 






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1978-79 Curry Colonels Basketball Scoring Sheets 






Name 


off. 


Rebounds 


Steals Assisits 


Turnovers 


F.T/F.T.A. 


FG./FGA. 


TOTAL POINTS 


Jim Murray 


1 


2 










0-0 (.000) 


l-2pts. 


2pts (.67ppg) 


Charlie Dane 


2 


36 


32 86 


37 




66-92 (.717) 


88-176pts. 


242pts. 9.68ppg 


Steve Connolly 


32 


35 


58 87 


66 




44-7! (.619) 


86-172pts. 


216pts. 8.64ppg 


Steve Grant 


50 


79 


32 37 


67 




54-82 (.658) 


191-382pts. 


436pts. IS.lppg 


Al Taylor 


2 


4 


2 8 


8 




2-3 (.667) 


10-20pts. 


22pts. 3.1ppg 


Jim Geronaitis 


55 


86 


26 34 


44 




32.70 (457) 


66-132pts. 


164pts. 6.5ppg 


Dolphus Judge 


20 


23 


11 99 


16 




20-27 (741) 


37-74pts. 


94pts. 7.2ppg 


Bill Brazil 


16 


16 


16 15 


15 




19-24 (791) 


22-44pts. 


63pts. 3.3ppg 


Jerry Scott 


66 


105 


12 31 


37 




50-72 (694) 


127-254pts. 


304pts. 12.1ppg 


Steve Ginsberg 


5 


3 





4 




0-0 (000) 


6-12pts. 


12pts. 3.0ppg 


Dave Putonen 


27 


74 


4 13 


23 




37-59 (627) 


47-94pts. 


131pts. 5.2ppg 


Mayfield Holliday 


3 


3 


2 


2 




1-2 (500) 


l-2pts. 


3pts. 3.0ppg 


Jimmy Fortes 


27 


39 


15 22 


36 




10-17 (588) 


33-66pts. 


76pts. 3.3ppg 


TOTALS 


330 


505 


210 342 


361 




335-519 (645) 


715-1430pts. 


1765 pts. 70.6ppg. 












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2 Salva College 
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4 Hellenic College 
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1 Framingham State 

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especially to those in 156 House. C. Paris 




"Success in getting what you want 

Happiness is wanting what you get." Jo Petty D. French 





I will always remember Curry for all the great times I had. How can I forget the Lombard 
foursome, Cindee, Sue, Joan & Joyce listening to Hot Cherry and drinking Sombraros. I will 
never forget the family, Mark, Rich, Joe, the plays and everybody else that effected my life. 
My experience at Curry will always be in my mind! I love you all! J. Herling 




"Every life situation is a perfect lesson .... All of your life experiences, the highs and the lows, 
simply become just more grist for the mill of ayvakening." Ram Dass R. Stowell 




"Use the talents you possess, for the woods would be silent if only the best birds sang" 
E. Levenson 




Gracias, Gladiola; Sue, Tricia & Robyn; Choc* Chips & the bike racl<; Bob & Trish in 
Vermont; Lucille; Homecoming; the Colonels; #17; Mark- my special love & inspiration, 
our dream, and a beagle. K. Breen 



Hello to Janet, Cindy, Fritzy, Baby, Louie, Gate 5 Flight 91 1, J. Mines, Crazy Indonesian, Buddy 
B., Nick, Randy, Jim, Tim, Ben L. J. Hickey 




A lot of people knocked Curry, but those were the people who really didn't care anyway. All I know 
is I'll miss it. W. Keats 




A very special thanks to Mon and the people at home. Thanks to all my friends especially Bink, 
Clown, Youth, Bobby, Hutch, Dirt, Terry, the Boss and the Secretary and numerous others who 
made the Curry adventure pleasurable. Thanks for the memories Kel 





In my past four years at Curry 1 have experienced many things. I have learned how to love and 
respect people for they are an education in themselves. All I can say is thank you to C.N., J.S., 
T.S., T.M., T.G., W.K., M.R., B.H., T.S., D.R., J.H., D.F., D.G.. J.K., R.S., J.W„ & A.R. Special 
thanks to Dad and my businessman (We finally made it). J. Pacheco 






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The 1979 Centennial Yearbook staff would like to dedicate this collection of memories to the past and 
future success of Curry College. 




EDITOR '5 MESSAGE 



It is finally over - You told me that I could do it, 
Jeff - Thank goodness - But much was learned and 
will be remembered. I feel obligated to apologize to 
those who are offended or dislike the book. But in my 
opinion it is the best. It is truly No. 1 amongest 
yearbooks for the year of '79. 

A lot of time and effort was instilled into this book. 
The individuals who made this yearbook what it is are 
Judy Pacheco and Jim Kelley. They devoted much of 
their time into all catagories of this edition. Dave 
Bergquist and his excellent photography work contributed greatly this year. The reason being that every 
picture that is illustrated in this edition was printed to the actual size that you see. This involved a great 
deal of work, which Dave and myself managed to complete. 

Extreme thanks to Josten's Yearbook Company's representative, Bob Murphy for making this 
experience an enjoyable one, and also for having the patience and knowledge on whatever arose during 
the year. I am appreciative to the yearbook advisor, Warren Bazigan, for his help and to Larry 
Doucette for his help in getting needed information and supplies. 

The other important events, such as sports' statistics were collected by Jeff Meade, Tony Campo and 
Peter George. The theatre productions were written typed and corrected by Richard Holbrook. The first 
four letters used in fund raising plus a special thought was done by Elliott Birckhead. I thank Scott 
Faulkner, our business manager who wrote our proposal that was later presented to the S.G.A., Karl 
Kildahl for taking faculty pictures and George Wheeler for taking us on that unforgetable flight. 

Additional thanks go out to the Science Division at Curry College for the use of their dark room 
facilities and to Josten's American Yearbook Company for their excellent service; also Pagar Studios 
for their photography services. 

The cover of this book was decided upon by the staff. The gold foil represents the one hundredth year 
of the College. The tree of knowledge growing out of the one hundred symbolizes the beginning of a new 
era and the bright potential that Curry College has in its future. 

Before ending, I would like to say that it should not be forgotten that this book is the most unique of 
its kind. There will be six hundred and fifty copies ever published. So don't lose it, because you will never 
be able to get another one just like it anywhere. So cherish it, hold on to it, love it all you can, especially 
Seniors, for it will be a lasting rememberance of your joy-filled days at Curry College. 






Doris Haye- Asst. to President 





Jim Salvucci - Asst. Academic Dean 




Ned Hastings - Academic Dean 




Tom Goldrick- Business Manager 




(left) Mary Granskie - Administrative Asst. 
to Business Manager 




Helen La Baron - Accountant 




Ernie Marchi - Controller 




Doris Burgess - Recorder 









Don McNeil - Vice President of 
Development 




1^ Phyllis O'Brien - Accounty Staff 

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(above) Mary Stefanoni - Accounting Staff 



(left) Assistant Recorder - Dorothy Moran 



(right) Ann Burnaby - Development 
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Joe Gibbons- Fin. Aid 
Director 




Jack Vallely- Purchasing Director 



Warren Bazigan- Public Relations Director 
Kay McCartney- Admin. Asst. (not pictured) 





Helen Howard- Librarian 



170 Helen Hafer-Librarian 




Betty Butkus- Asst. Library Director Marje Pierce- Library 

Director 




(above) Rita 
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(right)- Helen 
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Bob Scappini- Asst. Dean 
of Student Life 







Barry Jackson- Dean of Student Life 



Emily Wen- Asst. Dean of Student Life 



Mrs. Ruth Mac Donald - Admin. Asst. Dean of 
Student Life Office 




Steven Janosik- Asst. Dean of Student Life 




Terry Prior- Area Coordinator 




Dr. Jim Stoll - Dir 
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Services 





SOCIAL SCIENCES 



Dr. Joseph Ecker- Chairperson 




Joe Finn- Asst. Prof. 



BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE AND EDUCATION 




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David Ezickson- Inst. 




Gerry Hilyard- Asst. Prof. 






Barbara Hagaman- Inst. 



Ann Levin- Asst. Prof. 



HUMANITIES 



Dr. Fran Kohak- Chairperson 
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George Warton-Asst. Prof. 




Marlene Lundvall-Assoc. Prof. 





Marvin Mandell-Prof 




C. Alan Anderson-Prof. 





Gladys Martinez-Assoc. Prof. 




Dorothy Ross-Admin. Asst. 




Rich Mathews-Inst. 



Allen Frank-Asst. Prof. 



Russ Pregeant-Assoc. Prof. 




Ron Warners- Asst. Prof. 



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Eleanore Wilder - Instructor 





Jerold Touger- Asst. Prof, 



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Thomas Rudeggeair- Asst. Prof. 



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Dr. Maire Farrell - Chairperson- Assoc. 
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Cynthia Caroselli- Dervan - Instructor 





Mrs. Estelle Uckerman- Instructor 





Mrs. Elizabeth Kudzma- Asst. Prof. 



Mrs. Mary Wieners- Asst. Prof. 




Mrs. Susan Carman- Instructor 




Ms. Claire D. Maranda- Assoc. Prof. 




Ms. Jacqueline RoUock-Hume 




Ms. Elise D. Nauratil- Asst. Prof. 






Fannie Chung- Admin. Asst. 



Mary Ellen Sullivan - Asst. Prof. 



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Jerimiah J. Harrington 
Director of Security 





(1 to r)- Pat Harrington, John Hesselein, Peter George 



Lee Harrington 






Sgt. Eddie McLean 



Sgt. George E. Wheeler 



Sgt. Paul Jeanette 



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Bruno Filletti (left) Phil Eddy (right) 




Pat Donovan (left) George Pratt (right) 




Robert O'Connell 



Fred Eddy- Director of Maintenance 





Ben Boudreau 




Trudy Maiden- Administrative Assistant 



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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 




Charles Flagg - a learned photographer and good friend representing Pagar Studio. 1 
would like to give special thanks to Charlie for doing the fine job that was done considering 
the circumstances that are sometimes involved. 



Dave Bergquist - a super guy and a great 
photographer Many of the pictures in this book 
were made possible because of Dave's expertise 
Thanks for devoting so many hours and week- 
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Judy Pacheco and Jim Kelley - What else can be said about these two 
mdiviauals - 

This year they jointly raised an estimated three thousand dollars in ads. 
That amount I would speculate as being the highest ever achieved by any 
yearbook staff. They also helped me a great deal with that delightful job of 
putting pages together. This job seemed to last all summer. I am also apprecia- 
tive to Judy for having done all the necessary typing. 

I thank these two people very graciously for lending a hand whenever one 
was needed. This yearbook would not have been as richly or as successfully 
produced if it had not been for them. 



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Thanks to all these resident assistants who gave so much 
and asked so little in return. 



Carmel M. 

Archambault 
Eric J. Arena 
John D. Bergquist 
David P. 

Berthiaume 
William Brazill 
David B. Cowgill 
Charles E. Dane 
Scott W. Faulkner 
John M. Feeney 
Eleanor M. Festner 
Joelyn A. Harden 
Jeff L. Henel 
Karen L. Hunter 



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Kingsbury 
Eleanor L. Levine 
Patricia A. 

Lombreglia 
James D. Murray 
Richard A. Padula 
William H. Round 
Terry A. Sambuchi 
Katherine E. Sexton 
Kim M. Silver 
Robert J. Sloan 
Cindthia A. Smith 
Heidi R. Webb 
Jane N. Woodman 



Lisa E. Zamifno 



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Steven M. Janosik 

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_j Thank you for the memories. Special thanlcs to Cindee, Joe N., Jimmy, Joe S., Brian F., Steve, Russ Francis, Pat. 22, 44, 42, ^ 

g 55, 66, 77. Patrick & John, Al, Turk, Jan, Richie, Mel, Ruthie, Ed, Kel, Ronnie, Kevin, Jane, Sherry, Steve Mechlinski, Bobby o 

^ P., R.R., Michael. My pal I'll never forget. 11-11 — 75, Happy Hours, Gun Hill Road Concert, Christmas Tree lights, Poker ^ 

g game, talks at guard shack, peguin night, Joe and the great things he did for me. Dunkin Donuts experience, Sunday walks, P 

-5 breaking up fights, smiles, we're just good friends, I'm shy! B-Beds, Party room, Furbush, S.A., Our football games, Ho-Jo's, ^ 

o Slumber parties with the twins, Mr. P., Woody the Wood, Pub Nights, 562-803, Fly, Robin, Fly, Beach Boys, B & R with the ri 

^ gang, Brian T., Bubbles, Maturity, I.F.N.B., J- stories, pictures, curlers, St. Patrick's Party, the guys down stairs, Kenny on the g 

uj window sill. Little con. Pink sweater grey pants, ice cream. Swifts, Sue and Cindee (10-30-75) He only comes up when he's to 

2j drunk, Ollie, Umm . . . Yumm . . ., Don't start. Luck of the Irish, Don't rock the boat. Fake out on him. Good Beans, What ever ^ 

o spins your wheels. Day at the beach. Glass houses, Spanish exam. Vet, P.P., Rape me naked, I don't even want to hear it, Monty, o 

^ Lombard Zoo, Milton Hosp., Cooking dinner on Friday nights. Reasons, Dreams, Joyce, Joan, Main House Xmas Party, Steve, ^ 

CM Billy Big Arms, Belly Wopping, with Dave, Bill, Ed, Tom, Pony Rides, Pam, Carol, Pat, Nicky, Things got better pal, dances, 2- i- 

^ 3-77, Rocky's late ride to Southie, and working things out, Fram. St. game and party. He did leave me in trouble but he came ^ 

cj back. Scholars Party, Pl'aying games. Articles, 5:22, Pub fights I could kill him. Rubber Band man. Serious talks. Honesty, m 

^ Sensitive talks, feelings, 9-11-76, Someone always being there, S.C, Halloween Dance, ILT and rock, S.S.S., Notes, 2-12-77 2 

UJ getting hit by car. Last time 2-24-77 K when leaving, Brendan and Paul, things change, 4-14-77, Booze Cruise, Rocket fuel, ^ 

i:^ EWF, Medi-Mart, Sitting on grass, talking pictures, the girls next door, Bridgewater St. with H.P. guys. My Robert Redford, ^ 

o Megan, Grinch, Main House Parties, Late night at Cape, Billy Salon guys, Scoll's party, M.S.N., Roomates, Karen and Mark, ^ 

^ M.H. party. Furnace Brook, Grieffs, Costello's, Do you want to see my trains? Thank you to Steve and John MSN and what ^ 

g you guys did for me. In my four years here at Camp Curry I found some very special relationships that I'll never forget. I learned i- 

~j a lot through my best friends they shared some very individual memories that no one can take away. Getting me embarrassed S 

^ easily, simple things, best night at school, seeing the other side of Rocky on the drive, Joey thank for always trying to protect me "^ 

^ from what you felt was bad. Cindee I don't know how you put up with me and the same problem I always talked of. Thank you 2 

UJ one and all. Love, Sue k) 




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THE 
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Bernie 

Jennifer 

Paul 

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Eric 

Jonathan 

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